Join Joseph Labrecque for an in-depth discussion in this video Building the BrowseScreen class, part of Building a Mobile App with Feathers and Starling.
The browse screen will consist of a feathers…list object, a scroll container, and a label.…Eventually we'll populate the list with saved images the app…has created, which can be viewed through the image loader.…So, let's open up browse screen and in here we're…going to want to import a number of different object types.…So we can grab those from our snippets file here.…So all these different imports.…We'll just paste those right below our screen class.…So we have image loader, label, scroll container, list.…
And VerticalLayout.…A lot of these are going to match to some variable declarations,…which we can also Copy and Paste from the Snippets file.…We want to Paste these directly above the Constructor Function.…So we have scroll container, which serves as our scroll container for this screen.…We have vertical layout, which is the…layout type for that particular scroll container.…We then have the images list, which is going to be a…list of different images that have previously been saved onto the device.…
We also have a little label component…
- Downloading the frameworks and the AIR SDK
- Configuring the project
- Implementing a theme
- Creating the screen classes
- Adding a navbar component
- Building the classes
- Returning saved files
- Publishing a project
- Installing and running the app
Skill Level Intermediate
Building Flash Games with Starlingwith Lee Brimelow2h 57m Intermediate
Flex 4.6 and AIR 3.0 New Features for Mobile Appswith James Talbot1h 49m Intermediate
1. Project Setup
2. Feathers Screens
3. Building the Interface
Using layouts in Feathers1m 55s
4. Sketch Functionality
5. Browse Functionality
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